Boston Most Expensive, Cincinnati Least Expensive Cities on Awolnation’s Remaining North American Tour

(UPDATE 6/23/15) Fresh off an opening slot performance for the Rolling Stones at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh over the weekend, indie electronic outfit Awolnation will play 24 more shows through early-August. Over the group’s six remaining weeks on the road, the average price for Awolnation tickets is $76.44 on the secondary market.

The band will play its most expensive gig on June 25 at House of Blues in Boston. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $127.41 and the get-in price is $29. One month later, Awolnation will play Chicago’s House of Blues, where tickets average at $106.18 and get-in price is $31. The two HOB shows will be the only shows remaining on tour that average above $100 on the resale market.

Cincinnati’s Bogarts welcomes the cheapest show of tour on July 1. Tickets to the Cincinnati gig currently average at $40 and get-in price starts at just $21. Other cheapest-priced gigs along the tour include the House of Blues in Cleveland on June 30 ($44/avg.) and July 2 at The Fillmore in Detroit ($52.53/avg.).

Awolnation remains on the road through August 7, when the band wraps at Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings, Montana.

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AWOLNation Tickets For 2015 Tour Average $69 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/2/15) Hot of the heels of new album Run, AWOLNation are in the midst of their 2015 tour. And looking at the resale market, tickets are averaging $69 on the resale market.

Currently, July 24th at Chicago's House Of Blues is the most expensive date with an $111 average ticket price, and is the only one to cost above $100.

In addition to solo dates, AWOLNation will perform at the KRBZ Buzz Beach Bowl in Kansas City alongside Alt-J and Taking Back Sunday, the 93.3 Big Gig with Banks & New Politics in Colorado and opening for the Rolling Stones at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on June 20th.

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AWOLNATION Begins ‘Run Tour 2015’ Next Week, Tickets Average at $83 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Electro rockers AWOLNATION will kick off their “Run Tour 2015” in North America next Wednesday when they hit Neptune Theatre in Seattle. After the release of their subsequent album Run back in March, the band will embark on a 37-show leg through the beginning of August. Many of the quartet’s upcoming gigs are seeing a demand for tickets on the secondary market, too, as AWOLNATION tickets own a secondary average of $82.59.

The band’s most expensive show will be held on May 30 at Mcdonald Theatre in Eugene, Oregon. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $172.86, 109% above tour average, and get-in price starts at $130. Two other shows are posting prices well above average as well, with a May 29 gig at Roseland Theater seeing a secondary average of $167.75 and a July 24 stop at Chicago’s House of Blues averaging at $118.52. Get-in price for those two shows is $130 and $39, respectively.

Interestingly enough, AWOLNATION’s cheapest show is a joint gig with Panic! At The Disco and Cold War kids at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on July 18. That show sees a median ticket price of just $49, 40.6% below tour average, and the cheapest ticket is priced at $37. Four other shows along the two-month tour route average below $60 – July 1 at Bogarts ($51.23), June 6 at Diamond Ballroom ($51.44), May 28 at Commodore Ballroom ($52.23) and June 16 at The National ($52.47).

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AWOLNATION Releases First Batch of World Tour Dates

(Update 3/10/15) After teasing a North American leg of shows last week in conjunction with their latest single “Windows”, electronic rock band AWOLNATION has taken it up a notch. Not only will they hit North America all spring and summer long, but several stops in Europe are also scheduled later this month.

The Run Tour 2015 will officially begin at the Pot of Gold Music Festival in Tempe, Arizona on March 13. Shows in Chicago and Austin will round off the first batch of U.S. shows before the band hits Europe from March 24-April 1. Eight shows will take place in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Amsterdam and the U.K. over the nine-day stint.

AWOLNATION returns stateside in mid-April for 44 consecutive dates between the U.S. and Canada. The Run Tour 2015 will conclude at the Kaaboo Music Festival in San Diego on September 19.

 

The Run Tour 2015 will be in support of the band’s eponymously-named studio LP, which is set to be released on March 17. Below is the complete list of dates on the upcoming tour. Make sure to check back here for all upcoming AWOLNATION news and tour announcements.

AWOLNATION Run Tour 2015

March 13 – Pot of Gold Music Festival – Tempe, AZ

March 15 – Q101 Show @ Cubby Bear – Chicago, IL

March 19 – ACL Live @ The Moody Theater – Austin, TX (SXSW)

March 24 – Lido – Berlin, Germany

March 25 – PPC – Graz, Austria

March 26 – Freiheiz – Munich, Germany

March 27 – M4music Festival – Zurich, Switzerland

March 28 – Burgerhaus Stollwerk – Cologne, Germany

March 30 – Le Divan Du Monde – Paris, France

March 31 – Melkweg – Netherlands, Amsterdam

April 1 – Electric Ballroom – London, UK

April 18 – Buzzfest – Woodlands, TX

April 24 – KMYZ Radio Show @ Brady Theater – Tulsa, OK

April 25 – Edgefest @ Toyota Stadium – Frisco, TX

May 1 – Beale Street Music Festival – Memphis, TN

May 3 – Sunfest – West Palm Beach, FL

May 8 – Big Guava Music Festival – Tampa, FL

May 10 – WRFF Annual Birthday – Philadelphia, PA

May 28 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC

May 29 – Roseland – Portland, OR

May 30 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR

May 31 – BottleRock Music Festival – Napa Valley, CA

June 2 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA

June 3 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

June 5 – The Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX

June 6 – The Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK

June 9 – Iron City – Birmingham, AL

June 10 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

June 12 – House of Blues – N. Myrtle Beach, SC

June 13 – The Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA

June 14 – Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival – Manchester, TN

June 16 – The National – Richmond, VA

June 18 – The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, MD

June 19 – Firefly Music Festival – Dover, DE

June 22 – Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON

June 23 – Metropolis – Montreal, QUE

June 25 – House of Blues – Boston, MA

June 27 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY

June 28 – Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY

June 30 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH

July 1 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH

July 2 – The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, MI

July 5 – The Garrick Centre – Winnipeg, MB

July 7 – Union Hall – Edmonton, AB

July 8 – Flames Central – Calgary, AB

July 19 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, IN

July 21 – Cabooze Outdoor Plaza – Minneapolis, MN

July 23 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL

July 25 – KRBZ’s Annual Radio Show Beach – Kansas City, KS

July 26 – Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, NE

July 28 – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO

July 30 – Knitting Factory – Reno, NV

August 1 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA

September 19 – Kaaboo Music Festival – San Diego, CA

 

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(2/27/15) AWOLNATION has hit the ground running in 2015. The electronic rock band released the first single off of its forthcoming album “Run” last month and returned this week to give the fans what they want – more music.

On Thursday, the quartet dropped “Windows”, the second single from their sophomore LP. They’ll release a full North American tour itinerary next week.

The band will also take over Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 11 and will perform their first single “Hollow Moon”. A South by Southwest date has been scheduled for March 19 at ACL Theater in Austin and will also feature performances by Big Data and Family of the Year.

Make sure to check back here when the group announces all upcoming tour dates next week.

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